THE OUTDOOR MUSEUM THE MAGIC OF MICHIGAN'S MARSHALL M.
FREDERICKS BY MARCY HELLER FISHER ILLUSTRATED BY CHRISTINE
COLLINS WOOMER cu THE OUTDOOR MUSEUM THE MAGIC OF MICHIGAN'S
Author: Marcy Heller Fisher
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Because she is fascinated by a statue she sees while skating, Abby and her mother spend a day looking at the sculptures of Marshall Fredericks around the city of Detroit, Michigan. Includes information about the sculptor, his work and the sculptural proce
Author: St. Mary's City Commission (Md.)Publish On: 1974
Visitation at this level would bring very tangible economic benefits to St . Mary ' s
County , especially if the outdoor museum and related recreational facilities were
of sufficiently high quality to hold visitors ' attention for several days .
Author: Roeland PaardekooperPublish On: 2013-01-31
Understanding Archaeological Open-air Museums and Their Visitors Roeland
Paardekooper ... The approach in the indoor museum and the outdoor museum
should be more similar; the indoor exhibits can prepare the visitor for what he or ...
Author: Roeland Paardekooper
Publisher: Sidestone Press
There are about 300 archaeological open-air museums in Europe, which do more than simply present (re)constructed outdoor sceneries based on archaeology. They have an important role as education facilities and many showcase archaeology in a variety of ways. This research assesses the value of archaeological open-air museums, their management and their visitors, and is the first to do so in such breadth and detail. After a literature study and general data collection among 199 of such museums in Europe, eight archaeological open-air museums from different countries were selected as case studies. Management and visitors have different perspectives leading to different priorities and appreciation levels. The studies conclude with recommendations, ideas and strategies which are applicable not just to the eight archaeological open-air museums under study, but to any such museum in general. The recommendations are divided into the six categories of management, staff, collections, marketing, interpretation and the visitors.
This dissertation, "'Experiencing the Unexpected Behavior of Nature': the Outdoor Museum of Wall Trees" by Pui-kei, Ronnie, Siu, 蕭珮淇, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by the author. DOI: 10.5353/th_b4266441 Subjects: Urban landcape architecture - China - Hong Kong - Designs and plans Trees in cities - China - Hong Kong
The outdoor museum has since spread around the world , and its influence
seems to be constantly increasing . Some scholars regard it chiefly as a folk
museum or ethnographic park , but separating folklore and ethnography from
Outdoor Museums in Texas Willard B. Robinson A strong interest in folk buildings
was developed during the twentieth century . The rustic charm of indigenous
buildings and their organic unity with their environment has generated much ...
Author: National Museum of Man (Canada). History DivisionPublish On: 1972
A distinction is sometimes made between the outdoor museum and the museum
elements of village . The outdoor museum tightly adheres to theme and context
and is typified by the original Scandinavian work of Artur Hazelius , while
Author: National Museum of Man (Canada). History Division
It is emphatically an outdoor course , and the teaching is of the most concrete
character . Professor Henry F. Osborne , President of the American Museum of
Natural History . Subject , “ State Parks as Outdoor Museums . " Our program is
The Impact of Museums on Urban Cultures the Fon of Abomey are charged with
symbolic forms and spiritual meanings . The sculptured columns in ... The outdoor Museum of Culture in Niamey offers an important model . It combines , in
Author: Alexis Adande
Publisher: James Currey
A study of museums and urban culture in West Africa. It addresses: the origins of the urban phenomenon in Africa; museums and investigations into urban culture; urban culture in the museums; and the role of museums in the enhancement of urban culture.
These botanical gardens are breathing places for the over - populated centers of
Europe and in a sense , outdoor museums . Here in the United States , the
American Association of Museums is coming to recognize that the outdoor museum ...
32 The outdoor museum , as well as the period room , represented a reaction
against the traditional museum presentation of architecture through casts and
fragments . Again , the debt to the nineteenth - century fairs is clear . Like the
become one of the city's most acclaimed cultural institutions , the Museum of
International Folk Art . Founded by Chicago philanthropist Florence Dibell Bartlett
... He outlined his findings from visits to “ 12 different types of outdoor museums .
Author: Carmella Padilla
Features the world's largest cross-cultural folk art collection: African tribal sculpture, Mexican Day of the Dead figures, sub-Saharan textiles, toys from around the world, and much more.
Ethnography and Folklore THE OUTDOOR . ... Like Skansen Museum at
Stockholm , the Village Museum in Bucharest was one of the first open – air museums and as such is also the possessor of one of the richest ethnographic
collections in ...